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Birth Control-Pregnant?

I am on Alesse combination birth control (28 day). i took all of my placebo pills and then engaged in sexual intercourse during my fertile window 5 days after my last period. I took all of my active pills at the correct time during those 5 days except for the day i had sex, which i took that pill an hour late. I know another form of birth control is needed when beginning a new pack of pills. We used a condom but he pulled it off at one point because it was uncomfortable, but put it back on which i know is not safe. what is the percentage or the chances of becoming pregnant? I have been experiencing symptoms of pregnancy 2 days before my period will begin and have taken a pregnancy test 14 days after ovulation date which was negative. Is it too early to test?
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Well the chances of you getting pregnancy is slim to non but still possible! I'd wait and then take a test if you miss your period. Although, stress can delay a period so just relax and take it easy until then. I never took my birth control at the same time everyday and I'd miss days at a time and it took 4 years to actually get pregnant. Every woman is different but since you didn't forget your pill completely and used a condom I'd say you're most likely not pregnant.
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